MBA in France- Help me decide for which B- school in France


Dev Patro
Hello I'am a Graduate with Mechanical Engineering working experience of 3+ as in a Administrative Officer for a college. Planning My MBA
confused between International Business or Management Consultant specialization ! And suggest me a good school to apply.

Have a basic plus level knowledge of French language. I have No GRE No GMAT no plans to appear. IELTS 7 bands. Academic 7 CGPA.
Hello I'am a Graduate with Mechanical Engineering working experience of 3+ as in a Administrative Officer for a college. Planning My MBA
confused between International Business or Management Consultant specialization ! And suggest me a good school to apply.

Have a basic plus level knowledge of French language. I have No GRE No GMAT no plans to appear. IELTS 7 bands. Academic 7 CGPA.
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Duncan
Are you an Indian student planning to return home to work? Take a look at the article linked from my profile page called Why you should take the GMAT.
Are you an Indian student planning to return home to work? Take a look at the article linked from my profile page called Why you should take the GMAT.
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Dev Patro
Are you an Indian student planning to return home to work? Take a look at the article linked from my profile page called Why you should take the GMAT.

Yes , I'm Indian. I have plans to return after my studies as i recently partner with a college with a 35% shareholding. I want to grow with my college to national level but at first want to work for any big college chain administration to know about it all.
I read your Why you should take GMAT ! and it's a eye opener for me. Now i am considering to appear the GMAT to test my abilities. Thanks.
So which school in France i should eye on. And one year or two years full time i should apply. About that Specialization International Business OR Consultant ..

PS- I have a GMAT score of 560 score 2 years back i guess it's valid.
[quote]Are you an Indian student planning to return home to work? Take a look at the article linked from my profile page called Why you should take the GMAT. [/quote]
Yes , I'm Indian. I have plans to return after my studies as i recently partner with a college with a 35% shareholding. I want to grow with my college to national level but at first want to work for any big college chain administration to know about it all.
I read your Why you should take GMAT ! and it's a eye opener for me. Now i am considering to appear the GMAT to test my abilities. Thanks.
So which school in France i should eye on. And one year or two years full time i should apply. About that Specialization International Business OR Consultant ..

PS- I have a GMAT score of 560 score 2 years back i guess it's valid.
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Duncan
Any GMAT is better than no GMAT. As an entrepreneur, the ideal programme will be EMLyon. Otherwise, Grenoble, Audencia and IESEG are the other options to consider.
Any GMAT is better than no GMAT. As an entrepreneur, the ideal programme will be EMLyon. Otherwise, Grenoble, Audencia and IESEG are the other options to consider.
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Dev Patro
Any GMAT is better than no GMAT. As an entrepreneur, the ideal program will be EMLyon. Otherwise, Grenoble, Audencia and IESEG are the other options to consider.


Thanks i was eyeing o Grenoble and IESEG !! Hey IESEG have this Grande Ecole Program for 2 years some Master's cycle.
[quote]Any GMAT is better than no GMAT. As an entrepreneur, the ideal program will be EMLyon. Otherwise, Grenoble, Audencia and IESEG are the other options to consider. [/quote]

Thanks i was eyeing o Grenoble and IESEG !! Hey IESEG have this Grande Ecole Program for 2 years some Master's cycle.
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Duncan
You will fit the age profile for the MBA better.
You will fit the age profile for the MBA better.
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mba hipste...
I agree with EMLyon!
I agree with EMLyon!
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Dev Patro
You will fit the age profile for the MBA better.


Sir,
I checked for ENlyon and IESEG and Audencia and applying for these recently i got an email and call behalf of thid "SCHILLER INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY" France campus.. Is this a good college they saying they have a mix program for USA and Europe..
[quote]You will fit the age profile for the MBA better.[/quote]

Sir,
I checked for ENlyon and IESEG and Audencia and applying for these recently i got an email and call behalf of thid "SCHILLER INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY" France campus.. Is this a good college they saying they have a mix program for USA and Europe..
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Dev Patro
I agree with EMLyon!

Yes I am applying for this one it have a really good academics and Job opportunities and networking also opportunities for a mix culture study environment.. This is my prime now.
[quote]I agree with EMLyon! [/quote]
Yes I am applying for this one it have a really good academics and Job opportunities and networking also opportunities for a mix culture study environment.. This is my prime now.
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Duncan
These are all excellent schools. I can't see any reason to consider Schiller, since it lacks either meaningful international accreditation or US regional accreditation.
These are all excellent schools. I can't see any reason to consider Schiller, since it lacks either meaningful international accreditation or US regional accreditation.
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M Sarogi
These are all excellent schools. I can't see any reason to consider Schiller, since it lacks either meaningful international accreditation or US regional accreditation.


Hello Mr. Duncan ,
Sir i have applied for MBA in Skema & KEDGE B schools. I have a 4 years work experience in Marketing, looking forward to work in Europe Global Market before come back to India. My GMAT is 580. IELTS 7 average(Writing 5.5/ Speaking 8/ Reading 7.5/ Listening 7).
Which of these 2 B school are better for MBA.. !!
I am paying tuition fees with loan. So which of these maybe better option ?
[quote]These are all excellent schools. I can't see any reason to consider Schiller, since it lacks either meaningful international accreditation or US regional accreditation. [/quote]

Hello Mr. Duncan ,
Sir i have applied for MBA in Skema & KEDGE B schools. I have a 4 years work experience in Marketing, looking forward to work in Europe Global Market before come back to India. My GMAT is 580. IELTS 7 average(Writing 5.5/ Speaking 8/ Reading 7.5/ Listening 7).
Which of these 2 B school are better for MBA.. !!
I am paying tuition fees with loan. So which of these maybe better option ?

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Duncan
These are rather similar schools, but Skema seems to have the edge in terms of student satisfaction and orientation towards the labour market: https://www.letudiant.fr/palmares/comparaison/palmares-des-grandes-ecoles-de-commerce/comparaison.html

I am skeptical about the ability of students to find work who don't speak the local language: Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713
These are rather similar schools, but Skema seems to have the edge in terms of student satisfaction and orientation towards the labour market: https://www.letudiant.fr/palmares/comparaison/palmares-des-grandes-ecoles-de-commerce/comparaison.html

I am skeptical about the ability of students to find work who don't speak the local language: Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713
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M Sarogi
These are rather similar schools, but Skema seems to have the edge in terms of student satisfaction and orientation towards the labour market: https://www.letudiant.fr/palmares/comparaison/palmares-des-grandes-ecoles-de-commerce/comparaison.html

I am skeptical about the ability of students to find work who don't speak the local language: Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713[/quote]

Thank you,
Mr. Duncan. I am A2 in French language.. I will try my best to be B2 in a year as i will be studying over there. I hope a B2 level is fine for Jobs. And i am hoping for SKEMA. They look better..
[quote]These are rather similar schools, but Skema seems to have the edge in terms of student satisfaction and orientation towards the labour market: https://www.letudiant.fr/palmares/comparaison/palmares-des-grandes-ecoles-de-commerce/comparaison.html

I am skeptical about the ability of students to find work who don't speak the local language: Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713[/quote]

Thank you,
Mr. Duncan. I am A2 in French language.. I will try my best to be B2 in a year as i will be studying over there. I hope a B2 level is fine for Jobs. And i am hoping for SKEMA. They look better..
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Duncan
There are few managerial roles available at the B2 level. Imagine what someone could do in your country with only B2 in the working languages.
There are few managerial roles available at the B2 level. Imagine what someone could do in your country with only B2 in the working languages.
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mba hipste...
With that language level perhaps a better idea would be do to a specialized MSc in a field that's needed in the labor market, and then target non-management level jobs in international firms where the working language is English. Pay will be well under MBA-level jobs, as will seniority level, but it's more likely that you'll make this kind of transition versus aiming for MBA, management-level jobs.
With that language level perhaps a better idea would be do to a specialized MSc in a field that's needed in the labor market, and then target non-management level jobs in international firms where the working language is English. Pay will be well under MBA-level jobs, as will seniority level, but it's more likely that you'll make this kind of transition versus aiming for MBA, management-level jobs.
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